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Welcome to PIH Engage at Northeastern University! PIH Engage is a network of community organizers—undergraduate students, graduate students, young professionals, returned Peace Corps volunteers, lawyers, engineers, researchers, teachers, and medical professionals—that work together to advance the movement for global health equity.

What do we do?

Help Partners In Health save lives by raising funds
Advocate for policies that enable governments to build functioning health systems
Educate our peers about the health issues that marginalized populations face on a daily basis

Fall 2014 meetings are on Mondays at 6 pm in 411 Ell Hall. Join us!

Portal Information

Description

PIH Engage is a movement of young leaders dedicated to social justice and global health equity. We raise funds and awareness for the fight for the right to health.

Category

Advocacy & Global Impact

Audience

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Undergraduate

Organization email address

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Office location

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NA

Meeting Day

Monday

Meeting Time

6:00 pm

Meeting Location

408 Ell Hall

Advisor Name

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Andrade Fearon

President Name

Jen Plattel

Treasurer Name

Hayley Sykes

Organization Mission Statement

FACE AIDS at Northeastern University is a chapter of a national organization focused on mobilizing students in the fight to end AIDS. FACE AIDS chapters raise awareness and funds for Partners In Health, an international organization providing high-quality, comprehensive health services to the poorest of the poor. Our goals as a chapter are to increase the dialogue on campus about the HIV/AIDS epidemic and bring more attention to global health equity as a whole.